When Will They Stop Lying?

Statement of Secretary Ignacio R. Bunye On Proclamation 1017
from Gov.ph

There is a crackdown on anarchy and disorder, not on freedoms.

Proclamation 1017 is not a tool for oppression but a shield of the state and the people against mob rule and the seditious use of the tools for public information to foment civil unrest.

The President commends the PNP and the Prosecutor’s Office for the speedy filing of criminal charges against those who tried but failed to bring down the government.

If the plotters had succeeded, the country could have been in flames by now as the factions of the extreme left, the misguided elements of the military and the political opportunists fight among themselves for supremacy.

With their setback, the plotters also failed to derail our economic gains.

Confidence in the economy remains high and this is a tribute to the decisive actions taken by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to restore political stability.

The perceived restiveness within the ranks of the military is abating and the chain of command is secure as ever.

One Reply to “When Will They Stop Lying?”

  1. Hey Rob, you probably know this, but the numebr one way you can help stave off any further complications of diabetes is by getting your blood sugar into the normal range. If the pills aren’t doing it for you – and if you’re having to stop Metformin just to stop feeling nauseated and weak constantly, I am thinking the pills aren’t doing it for you – have you considered insulin?I was on insulin during both of my pregnancies, and after the initial “OH MY GOD I HAVE TO INJECT MYSELF WITH A NEEDLE OMGWTFBBQ!!!!” stage, I really liked it. I’m not lying. All of a sudden, I could actually EAT FOOD again and not see my blood sugar numebrs go through the ceiling.A lot of times doctors treat insulin like this last-resort drug for “really bad diabetics” but think about it: the only side effect is possible hypoglycemia, and you can mostly avoid that by being careful. Also, as a type 2 diabetic, you’re highly unlikely to get so hypoglycemic that you go into a coma, which is one of the concerns with type 1 diabetics and insulin use.I dunno, I just found it really convenient and helpful, and the pleasure I got from seeing actual good numebrs on my meter far outweighed the “OMGWTF NEEDLES” factor for me. If you’re seeing some of the nastier side effects of diabetes and the pills are making you crazy, I’d consider it, personally.

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